A National Seminar entitled, “Biotechnology Revolution and its Socio-Economic Impact ” sponsored by University Grants Commission was as organized by PG. Govt. College for Girls, Sector – 42, Chandigarh in collaboration with Association of Biology Teachers . More than Two hundred delegates from various parts of the country participated in the deliberations of the seminar. Dr. R. S. Khandpur , Director General , Puspha Gujral Science City , Kapurthala was the Chief Guest at the inaugural session and he elaborated on future perspective of biotechnology in our country vis-à-vis lack of commercialism in our attitude. On the occasion e- Abstract Resorce Book containing detailed proceedings of the seminar was released by the Chief Guest. Mrs. Mani Bedi Principal and Patron of the seminar while welcoming the participants and guests said that globalization and the rapid proliferation of technology have elevated the importance of Biotechnology. She further elaborated India , today, holds a small share of the global biotech market , but has all the capabilities to become a dominant player . The consumption of biotech products in India is expected to quadruple in the next decade Dr S. K.Singla , Principal Scientist , NDRI, Karnal, delivered a key-note address on Hand Made Cloning in buffaloes through which one can produce thousands of embryos using any-body-cell from a buffalo, which has very typical advantage like very high milk yielding buffalo and which ultimately leads to revolutionizing in dairy industry in India . A plenary lecture was delivered by Prof Aruna Bhatia , Dean Life Sciences , Punjabi University, Patiala and she discussed various aspects of allergies including GM foods. Dr. Neelam Gulati Sharma ,Additional Director, Punjab State Council for Science and Technology. Discussed the role of empowerment of women in science and technology and the need to ignite scientific temper, if women have to excel. Prof P.K. khosla , Vice- Chancellor of Shoolini University of Biotechnology and Management Sciences delivered a valedictory address. Dr. Dalip Kumar Convener of the Seminar emphasized that the main objective of the seminar is to bring together researchers , scientists , policy makers and students to exchange and share their experiences , new ideas and research results about the importance of Biological Sciences and its socio-economic impact . He elaborated that during the technical sessions as many as 35 presentations were presented by the participants related to various themes of the seminar . Dr Neelam Sharma proposed a vote of thanks.